Having just closed the escrow for a domain sold to a corporation, I can only attest to this: selling domains to a company takes more effort, than when the buyer is an individual.
In my days as an employee of corporations, I experienced the events of “Office Space” almost verbatim; middle management was always in disconnect with both the top and bottom departments.
While I can’t complain about the sale outcome, it still took a week from the day of the agreement at Frank Schilling’s Domain Name Sales, until we closed at Escrow.com.
Parenthesis: Escrow.com is probably the single most important service asset for domain investors and the entire industry.
Back to the corporate efficiency issue, or lack thereof.
When middle managers have to communicate with web masters and account administrators, there is definitely lag; if, like me, you are used to doing things at the speed of fiber, get ready to slow down.
Negotiating with a savvy manager is always refreshing, and in this case, money wasn’t the issue. Still, it’s frustrating when you hear the words “I’m not really in a rush” and you have to go with that.